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Ten years ago the idea of having a career as a streamer would have been a ludicrous proposition. But YouTubers and Twitch streamers have developed fanbases and profiles on par with some of the biggest celebrities on earth, with millions of viewers and even more millions in their bank account.
But the actual act of streaming, beaming footage from your PC or console to the internet, can be surprisingly tricky. So to help out, here's everything you need to know about streaming.
Sites like Hulu offer convenient click-and-stream viewing convenience, but their pesky geo-restrictions are an unfortunate reality. With Getflix, you can kick these online censors to the curb and stream your favorite content no matter where you’re traveling.
In the past day, boxing fans on the internet went a little bit nuts. The long-awaited (like, decade-long) rematch between Anthony Mundine and Danny Green -- a controversial 2006 fight itself -- wasn't really the reason, though. It was the match before that, between a rugby player and his slightly chubby, boyish rival.
That match was enough to get a Holden mechanic from Brisbane to stream the fight to the world using Facebook Live video on his phone. Foxtel, though, wasn't exactly happy.
YouTube's not just for toy dissections and mannequin challenges, it's the world's biggest jukebox too, though it may lack some of the refinements of your favourite desktop music player. Here's how to queue up an endless list of songs you'll love, old and new, without having to constantly search for and select each track at a time.
Earlier this week YouTube's Chief Business Officer Robert Kyncl penned a sunny blog post applauding his platform's payouts to musicians -- $US1 billion ($1.3 billion) derived from advertising in the past 12 months alone. That's an objectively large sum. It's also a devastatingly low figure compared to pretty much every other online music service.
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The world’s largest entertainment library isn’t on Netflix or Hulu. It’s actually on SelectTV. Featuring over 300,000 TV episodes, 200,000 movies, and 50,000 radio stations, SelectTV has your entertainment needs covered, and it won’t cost you an arm and a leg.
50 per cent of American households now subscribe to some sort of video-on-demand, but finding out what's available through multiple services remains a giant pain in the arse. Fortunately, a long-rumoured Apple TV update aims to solve this by creating a centralised guide between apps. Unfortunately, it reportedly won't include the most popular streaming service of them all.
Optus has added Stan, ABC iview and ABC Kids iView apps to its data-free mobile streaming service.
So that's all of ABC's channels -- including ABC, ABC2, ABC News 24, ABC ME and ABC KIDS, as well as everything that Stan has to offer (highlights include Better Call Saul, Wolf Creek and No Activity along with SBS World Movies).
Netflix's content library isn't just getting smaller, it's also increasingly losing its best movies. The Streaming Observer did some analysis, and found that only 31 movies from the IMDb Top 250 are currently available on Netflix in the US. (The same is true in Australia, we reckon.)
Marvel does it, DC is doing it, so why not Valiant? The indie comic company recently announced they're doing an online series called Ninjak vs the Valiant Universe which will introduce the company's popular comic book characters into live action for the first time ever, creating what they hope will be their own shared, cinematic universe.
US presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump returned to the debate stage today and the resulting clash was nothing short of titanic. With the Trump camp still reeling from a leaked 2005 video in which Trump openly discusses using his fame to grope women, it's an interesting debate to say the least. Stuck at work? Here's how to watch the debate online and for free.
The first and only vice presidential debate of this US election season is today at 12:00PM AEST. And there are plenty of different ways to watch Trump's running mate Mike Pence and Clinton's running mate Tim Kaine square off. Kaine, of course, is perhaps best known as the lead singer of the band Future Islands. And you can't convince me that it's not the same guy.
Remember Kim Dotcom? He's the convicted fraudster-turned rich dude who ran MegaUpload, that file storage website that hosted a ton of pirated content. In January 2012, Dotcom was raided by New Zealand authorities and he's been in legal purgatory ever since. Right now, Dotcom is fighting extradition by the United States for charges of online piracy.
Are you really getting the best possible look at Stranger Things (or whatever other show you're currently binging)? The answer depends on both the way you've configured the app and even which browser you're using. Here's what you need to know.
Hi Gizmodo! Long time reader, first time Asker. Hopefully the old adage of there being no stupid questions holds true here. So, I reside in the Guantanamo Bay of the Apple universe and, as such, watch most of my content via two Apple TVs (third and fourth gen). What has me puzzled is that they both stream Netflix in HD silky smooth, and movies via iTunes are completely downloaded minutes after starting them.
TV series via iTunes on the other hand are painfully slow, usually taking around 60-200 minutes for a half hour show to become watchable in SD. My question is, beyond my home network and my ISP is there some factor in the way this content is delivered that could account for the tremendous difference in performance?